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The Gardener Summary

The Gardener Summary Rudrard Kipling Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), a British poet, novelist, and the writer of short stories was born in India and set many of his writings in the Indian flavor. He was awarded by the Nobel Prize for literature in 1907. ‘The Gardener’ ends surprisingly revealing the reality …

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In Bed Summary

In Bed Summary Joan Didion ‘In Bed’, an essay by Joan Didion depicts her personal experiences with migraine headache, which she inherits from her parents. She presents something unusual about the disease in a more philosophical and meditative domain of thought. Joan spends her day in bed there almost five …

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The Six Million Dollar Man Summary

The Six Million Dollar Man Summary Harold J. Morowitz Dr. Harold J Morowita is a professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. He is a scientist, teacher, and author. ‘The Six Million Dollar Man’ is a popular essay in which Morowitz examines the statistical statement that the chemical value of the …

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Malini Summary

Malini Summary -Rabindranath Tagore Rabindranath Tagore is a Bengali Indian poet, writer and philosopher. He was born is 1861 and died in Calcutta (now Kolkata). He is famous for his poetic works, philosophical plays, novels and short stories. The poetic play, Malini, is a story of love and hatred. It …

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Oops How’s That Again Summary

Oops How’s That Again Summary Roger Rosenblatt “Oops! How’s That Again” is an essay written by Rosenblatt and this essay has a humorous tone. Through the humorous tone also, the essayist has tried to reflect the bitter reality of human beings when they make mistake when they speak. He enriches …

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Concrete Cat Summary

Concrete Cat Summary Dorthi Charles “Concrete Cat” is an example of a concrete poem, a poem just giving focus to the physical picture and not the imagination, emotion and language. This type of poem is written for eyes and not for mind and heart. It does not appeal to the …

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Keeping Things Whole Summary

Keeping Things Whole Summary Mark Strand The poem Keeping Things Whole is taken from Selected Poems (1980). The poet pleads for wholeness against the usual fragmentation that goes on in life. The poet believes in whole part and not in partial. He knows the value of each and every part …

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Unchopping a Tree Summary

Unchopping a Tree Summary -W. S. Merwin In the essay “Unchopping a Tree”, the writer presents impossible example to convey deep meaning. Joining the chopped parts of trees refers to the new plantation of more trees in the open fields, which are full of stumps. Every part of trees refers …

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